Hotels near Downtown
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Although there are many glamorous mega-casinos on the Strip, Downtown still draws die-hard gamblers with its loose slots. Once popular among pensioners and devotees of $4.99 prime rib buffets, Downtown has begun to appeal to young partiers and families alike. Almost any casino features towering frozen drinks, go-go dancers and frequent free concerts—everything from local acts to marquee names like Little River Band, Lady Antebellum, and Jefferson Starship. After Fremont Street cleaned up and installed a canopied screen with a dazzling 12.5-million LED display, it began attracting families with a zip line, carnival fare, and Elvis impersonators posing for photos. In 2012, the city opened the Mob Museum, chronicling Las Vegas' colorful history.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Downtown

Plaza Hotel and Casino - Las Vegas
Plaza Hotel and Casino - Las Vegas
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3.3
6861 reviews
1 Main Street, Las Vegas
from $25
Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
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4.0
947 reviews
3960 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
from $189
MGM Grand Hotel and Casino
MGM Grand Hotel and Casino
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3.6
22527 reviews
3799 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
from $57
Paris Las Vegas
Paris Las Vegas
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3.6
12706 reviews
3655 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
from $44
Mandalay Bay Resort And Casino
Mandalay Bay Resort And Casino
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3.4
12360 reviews
3950 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
from $75
Rumor Boutique Hotel
Rumor Boutique Hotel
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3.3
1678 reviews
455 E Harmon Ave, Las Vegas
from $47
The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas
The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas
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3.9
9050 reviews
3708 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
from $140
Hyatt Place Las Vegas
Hyatt Place Las Vegas
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4.1
470 reviews
4520 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas
from $123
Red Roof Inn Las Vegas
Red Roof Inn Las Vegas
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3.6
2061 reviews
4350 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas
from $49
Tuscany Suites & Casino
Tuscany Suites & Casino
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4.0
11351 reviews
255 E Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas
from $49
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Although there are many glamorous mega-casinos on the Strip, Downtown still draws die-hard gamblers with its loose slots. Once popular among pensioners and devotees of $4.99 prime rib buffets, Downtown has begun to appeal to young partiers and families alike. Almost any casino features towering frozen drinks, go-go dancers and frequent free concerts—everything from local acts to marquee names like Little River Band, Lady Antebellum, and Jefferson Starship. After Fremont Street cleaned up and installed a canopied screen with a dazzling 12.5-million LED display, it began attracting families with a zip line, carnival fare, and Elvis impersonators posing for photos. In 2012, the city opened the Mob Museum, chronicling Las Vegas' colorful history.

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